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<Chapter release>To Sir, Without Love: I'm Divorcing You

<Chapter release>To Sir, Without Love: I'm Divorcing You

Reviews : 


4.9 (466)

Genre : 

Romance Fantasy

Story :  [Please note that #14 contains episode 10.5, which falls between #10 and #11 in the story.]
Byletta, daughter of a viscount who has talents for swords and business, has been married to Arnald, son of a count, for eight years...however, he was away at war, and they hadn't met even once.
When the war ended, she decides to ask for divorce even before she sees his face. She writes Arnald a letter saying "Dear Sir, I would like to ask for divorce."
Arnald, handsome but had never loved someone, and Byletta, who was rumored to be a villainess, meet for the first time in their bedroom.
He asks for a wager, and guarantees her that he will divorce if Byletta wins. If he wins, they will stay married forever.
"If I can get you with child in a month, I win." Arnald says. That was something Byletta could never imagine.

This title has 16 chapters.
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  • StarStarStarStarStar


    June 4, 2024 (PST)

    Story is not worth the price
    As one reviewer has pointed out, the amount of money you have to pay upfront just to find out that this basically looks to be a rehash of every Japanese romdrama that prioritises patriarchal desire and posits female attractiveness and virginity as more valuable than action and self-determination. "A smart woman is worthless if she isn't pure" kind of mentality.

    The writing demonstrates that the FL is smart, dependable and witty. And all that writing is going to waste because, as everyone knows, having constant (dubious noncon) relations makes you fall in love.
    Helpful 3 Helpful
  • StarStarStarStarStar

    Rin Bonnard

    May 24, 2024 (PST)

    It’s a love hate relationship with Missunderstan
    If you like and can handle miss understandings that last long then this is for you it’s frustrating but also very cute I like the characters and the art is beautiful.
    Helpful 1 Helpful
  • Hope it becomes anime
    This review contains spoilers. Lovely I wish to see it as an anime the story has potential. I want to see them coloured and moving.
    Helpful 0 Helpful


Content Rating16+Rating

Page Count

Publisher KADOKAWA

Color or Monochrome monochrome


Digital Release Date February 22, 2024 (PST)

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